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Pandemic Action Network Sep 21
The pandemic has transformed “a world at risk” to . Our Co-founder says in her article, “If there was ever a time that political leaders may be open to do something, this should be it.” Click here to read more: .
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The Global Preparedness Monitoring Board Oct 15
Preparing for and preventing pandemics costs a lot less than responding to one. Read take on report
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The Global Preparedness Monitoring Board Oct 4
demonstrates just how critical and interconnected dimensions of preparedness are.
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IsabelleL Sep 14
Spending on health and preparedness is not charity, it is an investment in our future💫, 's at report launch. 🙌
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GloPID-R Sep 16
No one is safe until all of us are safe. by explains why a global crises requires global action. Read more ➡️
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Gail Carson Sep 14
Superb launch Thank you Suggest link to report
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WAAPH Advocate Sep 18
Today, the GPMB co-chairs Dr. Gro Harlem Brundtland and will join at the live press briefing at 5:00pm CEST to hear your questions on . Join us! MT
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Philip Kenol Sep 14
Today's report calls improved coordination and support for R&D in health emergencies and establishing a sustainable mechanism to ensure rapid development, early availability, effective and equitable access to novel vaccines, therapeutics, diagnostics
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Carolyn Reynolds Sep 14
“If we don’t learn the lessons now and take the necessary steps, when will we? When it comes to , our biggest obstacle is ourselves” says at launch of new report
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Maria Van Kerkhove Sep 14
Wow, good title... Please read report 👇
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Gabrielle Fitzgerald Sep 14
"None of us are safe until all of us are safe"
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World Health Organization (WHO) Sep 18
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The Independent Panel Sep 15
We welcome the expansion of the COVID-19 knowledge base, with new reports and initiatives this week from , COVID19 Commission and .
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Sudhvir Singh Sep 14
Launching today: report “” Last year, the GPMB warned that the world was ill-prepared for a like . This year, they are calling on the world to work together in solidarity & to act to strengthen preparedness.
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The Global Preparedness Monitoring Board Oct 5
At the Executive Board meeting highlighted the GPMB report & reminded everyone it’s never too late to turn this around w/ strong leadership, consistent communication & an engaged, empowered & enabled population.
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World Health Organization (WHO) Sep 14
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Emanuele Capobianco Sep 14
“When there is no trust, there is no acceptance. Investing in community engagement is key. If we don’t invest at local level we will not change the course of future pandemics.” Strong words by Secretary General at the launch of the report
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Emanuele Capobianco Sep 14
“Spending in health & development is not charity. It is an investment for humanity. We need to invest in preparedness for the next health emergency, as this is not the last .” at the launch of the report.
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Philip Kenol Sep 14
Strong call for new sustained innovative finance mechanism for preparedness in today's report, including making R&D investments eligible for financing for IFI financing and develop mechanisms to provide financing for global R&D for health emergencies.
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jyothidatta Sep 14
“Viruses don’t respect borders. The only way out of this devastating pandemic is along the path of collective action, which demands a strong and effective multilateral system,” says H.E. Dr. Gro Harlem Brundtland, GPMB. (global preparedness monitoring board)
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